"The silver assassin with a dark past."
- Name: Lass Isolet
- Age: Unknown
- Hobbies: Unknown
- Likes: To be alone
- Dislikes: His past, circuses
- Weakness: Dogs
Lass was born a half demon and half human to a father of unknown origins and a human mother. His father disappeared soon after he was born and his mother was ostracized even in exile for giving birth to an ominous child. She abandoned Lass after enduring all that she could and he was captured by a circus that used him as a monster attraction.
While still living his life as an attraction, he one day woke up to an unknown power that went out of control and burned down the circus. With his newly found freedom, he wandered Aernas until he met the one that would teach him the ways of the assassin. Once he mastered the skills, Lass and his assassin trainees created the Silver Cross Thieves.
After the kingdom war, the half breed Lass had his body stolen by Kaze'aze which resulted in a battle between him and the members of Grand Chase. In losing the battle, Kaze'aze released her control over him and in doing so, he remembered all the evil deeds that Kaze'aze had done using his body and became consumed with guilt. In the end, Lass decides that he must take responsibility for his sins and joins the Grand Chase to vanquish the demons.
- Cost: ??? USD
Info to be added.
A figure blocked the carriage of a Count that was returning from a ball. It was a dirty commoner boy.
The horseman yelled at the boy in anger.
"I-I'm sorry my lord, but my younger sister hasn't come home..."
"That is alright, I understand your trouble and I would like to help. Get in the carriage."
"W-What? But how could I..."
"Wandering around this time at night by yourself would be too dangerous. Do not worry and get in the carriage."
The count smiled warmly and had the boy on board the carriage.
As the boy started to explain the appearance of his sister, the count slowly smiled wickedly. The thought of doing unsavory things to both siblings had him excited.
The count was actually a vampire and he had infiltrated the human society for his personal gains.
The vampire that became a count was free to do as he please, sucking the blood of helpless victims and killing them.
The count's mouth was watering at the thought of sucking the blood of his young victims. The boy facing the count was smiling awkwardly. The boy was already charmed by the vampire and to him, the count looked like he was smiling warmly at him.
The count could no longer hold his appetite and closed his mouth toward the boy's neck.
At that critical moment, the silver pendant on the boy's necklace burned the vampire. The boy was freed from the vampire's charm and quickly yelled.
"Master! The target finally showed his true color!"
"Alright, get to safety."
"Okay, I made sure to mark the insignia!"
As the count was confused the boy jumped from the carriage and soon after a blade came down from the ceiling of the carriage.
The horseman transformed into a beast and jumped at the figure on top of the carriage. However, the only sound that was heard was the cry of pain from the beast.
As the horseman was taken out the horses attached to the carriage ran wild and the carriage flipped over to the side of the road. The count barely made it out of the carriage and snarled looking for the assassin. A figure gazed at the count with their back facing the moon.
The count noticed the strange mask his attack was wearing and thought.
"That's the mask of a 'hunter'... But that can't be, they shouldn't exist anymore..."
A long time ago, there were beings that hunted monsters like the count.
They protected the innocent from threats like vampires.
To the monsters, they were natural enemies and because of the monsters like the count went into hiding amongst humans. The first thing those who infiltrated human society was to mark the hunters as dangerous beings to make sure they are no longer around. That is how all of the hunters no longer existed, but if that was the case, who is this strange man?
The silver-haired assassin replied.
"If our enemies change, we should change as well. If you no longer run wild hurting innocents out in the open, we no longer have to carry the name of a hunter. If you decide to act as a noble, then we will act as an assassin that kills the said nobles."
"This... cannot be..."
The count suddenly remembered that the nobles were being assassinated. Even at the ball that was the biggest discussion.
However, the count did not expect those assassins to be hunters...
The count slowed back away before he consumed by the shadows. Even in shadows, the count was no longer safe as the boy's silver pendant left an insignia on him.
The silver-haired assassin drew his sword and silently followed the insignia.
- Acquisition: Reach Affinity Level 9
Dagger of the Silver Cross Thieves' Leader, Nodachi.
All you need to end a person's life is a couple of inches of steel. Big weapons are only a burden to assassins who approach their enemies from the shadows.
However, hiding your presence, your will to kill is a different story. Big weapons are advantageous in a situation where it requires longer reach. Of course, that's if you can wield it properly.
- Physical Attack: 1040
- Physical Defense: 540
- Magic Defense: 290
- Max Health: 2560
- Shop: Can be purchased in Guild Point Shop.
- Fusing Heroes: Acquire randomly through Hero Fusion.
- Treasure Chest: Can be acquired from Diamond Chest.
- Shop: Can be acquired from Summon Shop.
Crit Chance increase by 2% per stack.
- Assassin is Lass' second job in the original game.
- In Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser, however, Assassin has a different design while Solver is based on its original appearance.
- Dark Assassin is Lass' third job in the original game.
- In Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser, however, Dark Assassin does not possess his designated weapon Claws.
- Striker is Lass' fourth job in the original game.
- In Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser, however, Striker has a different design while Half-Blood took its original appearance.
- First Blade's design is based on Lass' promotional artwork in GWC 2010 from the original game.
- In the description of Striker's Nodachi, the weapon is likened to a dagger when nodachi is in fact, a large greatsword.
- Instead, the daggers themselves are more befitting of the description. However, the weapons are not in the game nor the Thief job where Lass uses them.
- Though Lass is half-Haros, he did not know that he was one of them until the events of the Underworld Train in Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser.
- Main article: Grand Chase Dimensional Chaser/Gallery
- "I... have to get stronger..."
- "Do you think that you can beat me with just that?"
- "I dislike conversation."
- "Circus... I'm not fond of them."
- "I don't feel anything even if we're together. It's not like we have a relationship..."
- "I will not have lingering attachments since I never know when I will die."
- "I have yet to atone for my sins."
- "Kaze'aze... Is she still alive...?"
- "When I meet the cretin that is my father... I want to ask him one thing before I kill him."
- "There is always one truth! My name is Lass... Not the detective... Mm... Hm..."
- "Feelings? It's not good or bad."
- "Ronan? I don't know about anything else, but he makes good food."
- "With great power comes great responsibility."
- "Could you shut up?"
- "Not really..."
- "Worrying is useless..."
- "How am I alive?"
- "Let it go... It's not a big deal."
- "Don't back down!"
- "My childhood? Why do you want to know?"
- "Heh... That was nothing..."
- "Never thought about it much."
- "If you don't have the confidence, it would be best not to be reckless."
- "What's wrong?"
- "This is nothing."
- "Be careful! I'm heading your way."
- "You idiot... I was worried!"
- "That's it? It would be best not to be so confident."
- "Unbelievable... I'm sure at that time..."
- "I don't have anything that resembles a family... nothing..."
- "Knight? Warrior? I'm just a nameless butcher."
- "It... doesn't really hurt."
- "I can finally Prestige!" (Prestige)
- Assassin's Guild is the recurring term used in the actual game. It is another name for Silver Cross Thieves which was used more often in the original game. For consistency, 'Silver Cross Thieves' is preferred by this Wiki.
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